Places to Eat and Drink
Tombstone Brewing Company
107 E Toughnut
Tombstone, AZ 85638
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Tombstone Brewing Company is committed to bringing world class beer to the Town Too Tough to Die. Located in legendary Tombstone, Arizona, we seek to create an inviting, laid-back environment where people can casually gather for a pint as well as an exciting destination within a destination for beer lovers, crafting ales and lagers that range from the traditional to the far reaches of what beer can be.
Open everyday 11:00 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Puny John's began over two decades ago while traveling the world while in the U.S. Military. Every country I visited had it's own version of BBQ! I have taken my favorite types and recipes from my travels and blended them into what we feel is an award winning product. We specialize in Brisket, Pulled Pork, Ribs and Whole Hogs. Don't forget to try our home made BBQ sauce! Mild, Hot Habanero and A$$ of Fire!
WE ALSO CAN CATER YOUR EVENT!!
Business: Tombstone Sarsaparilla
Contact Phone Number: 480-209-5996
Facebook Address: www.facebook.com/TombstoneSarsaparilla
Location: 215 Fremont, Tombstone AZ 85638
Description: Have you tried Tombstone Sarsparilla? The only local Sasparilla in town, "The Rootbeer of the West". Make sure to stop and grab a bottle for the road!
Business: The Longhorn Restaurant
Contact Phone Number: 520-457-3405
Website Address: www.TheLonghornRestaurant.com
Facebook Address: www.facebook.com/thelonghornrestaurant
Location: 501 E. Allen Street, Tombstone AZ 85638
Description: The Longhorn Restaurant is the oldest continually operated restaurant in Tombstone. An historical building, The Longhorn Restaurant is located in what used to be the Bucket of Blood Saloon, the Holiday Water Company, and the Owl Cafe and Hotel. Virgil Earp was shot from the second floor.
The Longhorn Restaurant offers great family dining with a wide selection of family friendly menu items and DAILY CHEF SPECIALS
THE BEST BBQ SMOKED PORK RIBS AND STEAKS IN THE WEST!
Broiled Black Angus Steaks & burgers, Mesquite Smoked BBQ Beef & Pork Ribs, Mexican Food and More...
Don't forget to save room for our down home Deep Dish Apple Cobbler or Death by Chocolate
(IT'S TO DIE FOR).
Hours: OPEN DAILY Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner 8:00AM - 9:00PM
Business: Fallen Angel Sweet Sin Parlor
Contact Phone Number: 520-457-3057
Location: 525 E. Allen Street, Tombstone, AZ 85638
Description: Gelato, Italian Ice Cream, fudge, salt water taffy, cinnamon glazed nuts, gifts and much more!
Business: Doc Holliday’s Saloon
Contact Phone Number: 520-457-2207
Website Address: www.dochollidaysaloon.com
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook Address: www.facebook.com/DocHollidaysSaloon
Location: 517 E Allen Street, Tombstone AZ 85638
Description: Every Tues - Texas Hold 'Em
Every Tuesday join us for Free Texas Hold 'Em. Bring your friends, no skill needed! Whether you're a rookie or a pro, you'll enjoy. Own the bragging rights of playing or winning poker at Doc Holliday's Saloon in Tombstone, AZ
Every Wed & Thurs - Karaoke
Every Wednesday come down and let Jim Wilson make you a star with our own brand of Karaoke. You name the song we have it, great sound system and always a blast.
Every Fri & Sat - Karaoke PLUS
Every Friday and Saturday we turn Karaoke up a notch, singers come from all over, watch our calendar for special theme nights, come dressed and win a prize.
Business: Cafe Margarita
Contact Phone Number: (520) 457-2277
Website Address: www.bignosekate.com
Facebook Address: www.facebook.com/cafemargarita
Location: 131 S. 5th Street, Tombstone AZ 85638
Description: At Café Margarita, formerly known as the Russ House, we take pride in serving our guests authentic Mexican and Italian dishes made with the finest ingredients available. Fresh salsa is prepared daily in the traditional way. Sip on an iced cold creamy horchata or hand blended cactus margarita. These are but a few of the efforts we make every day to bring you the real flavors of Mexico and a touch of Italy.
Thursday: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Friday: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Business: Binion's Roadhouse, Inc.
Contact Phone Number: 828-693-6062
Website Address: www.binionsroadhouse.com
Facebook Address: www.facebook.com/Binions-Roadhouse-120698664611396
Location: 1565 Four Seasons Blvd, Hendersonville, NC 28793
Description: Though located in Hendersonville, North Carolina, Binion's Roadhouse is a proud member of the Tombstone Chamber of Commerce.
Juicy sizzling steaks grilling in full view in the center of the dining room while hot homemade yeast rolls are pulled from the oven and fresh potatoes are baking, all add to the captivating smells and the vitality that seems to continuously circulate throughout the restaurant. A place where peanuts seem to be everywhere with about half the crowd munching and the other half tossing the shells.
Business: Big Nose Kate's Saloon
Contact Phone Number: 520-457-3107
Website Address: www.BigNoseKate.com
Facebook Address: www.facebook.com/bignosekatessaloon
Location: 417 E. Allen Street, Tombstone AZ 85638
Description: This popular saloon of today first got its start as the Grand Hotel in September, 1880. Declared as one of the finest hotels in the state, the hotel was luxuriously furnished, provided thick carpeting, and its walls were adorned with costly oil paintings. Providing 16 bedrooms, each with a "view," they were fitted with solid walnut furnishings, toilet stands, fine fixtures, and wallpaper. The lobby was equipped with three elegant chandeliers and more luxurious furnishings, while the kitchen boasted hot and cold running water and facilities to serve some 500 people in the span of a couple of hours. The hotel opened with an invitation only ball on September 9, 1880.
During its first few years, the hotel often housed some of Tombstone's most famous residents including Wyatt and Virgil Earp, Doc Holliday, and the Clanton Gang when they came into town. In fact, Ike Clanton and the two McLaury brothers were registered guests the night before the famous OK Corral gunfight.
Alas, the Grand Hotel's luxurious life would be a short one as she did not survive the devastating fire of May 25, 1882. Above ground, the only thing that remained standing were her seven graceful arches and her floor joists on the main level. The rest of the building collapsed into the basement.
Today, the building is home to Big Nose Kate's Saloon. A number of changes have been made to the original structure since it burned down and has been rebuilt. The bar area, that was originally housed in the basement of the old hotel, is now located on the main level. In the basement is a gift shop, but the tunnel leading to the mine shafts still exists. The saloon holds the Grand Hotel's original long bar, the only one of which survived the fire of 1882 and is still available for thirsty patrons. The only other long bar that survived the two infernos is in the Bird Cage Theatre, now a museum. Imagine setting your elbows down on the very place that once did the Earps, Doc Holliday, and the Clantons.
Big Nose Kate’s Saloon is the Best Cowboy Bar in the West! The Saloon is filled with live music, great food, and never ending fun. Try our freshly made specialty pizzas, Mexican food straight from the hacienda, a foot long all beef hot dog, Black Angus burgers or Goldie's over-stuffed Reuben, YUMMY!
Big Nose Kate’s Saloon also has a Big Nose Kate’s Private Reserve Pilsner. Bisbee Brewing Company has recreated an 1800s-style pilsner like one of Kate's favorites of the time. It is a special European style pilsner, with rare, Vienna malts and noble European hops. We want you to enjoy this aromatic, savory yet refreshing brew that is available ONLY at Big Nose Kate’s Saloon in Tombstone, Arizona.
Live music daily! Karaoke on Thursdays. Hours: Open Daily 10:00 a.m. – Midnight
Business: T. Miller Mercantile & Hotel
Contact Phone Number: 520-457-2405
Website Address: www.tombstonemercantileco.com
Facebook Address: www.facebook.com/tombstonemercantile
Location: 530 East Allen Street, Tombstone AZ 85638
Description: T. Miller's Tombstone Mercantile is Tombstone Arizona's most unique Antique and Cowboy Collectibles store located at 530 E. Allen Street, right on the "Main Drag" of historic Tombstone Arizona. A virtual collector's paradise, T. Miller's Tombstone Mercantile & Hotel offers something for every budget and focuses on all things "Western", both old and new. Western antiques, cowboy art, custom hats, Victorian jewelry, pocket watches, antique & replica guns, spurs, gun leather, books, lots of odd and unusual Tombstone souvenirs and a wide variety of other items are available. We receive fresh stock daily so there is always something new at T. Miller's Tombstone Mercantile & Hotel.